Paris Travel Blog


Easter in Paris

Color is sprouting all around Paris, full of tulips and daffodils letting us know it’s that time of year again, Easter in France, or as they call it here, Pâques! The word Pâques derives from the latin word “pascha”, meaning “Passover”. Along with chocolate easter bunnies, children in France receive chocolate bells and fish! The […]

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A reason for each season, four reasons to visit Paris in 2018

In my opinion, you don’t need any particular reason or event to visit Paris but this is coming from someone who is undoubtedly biased. In my 32 years I have traveled extensively (often alone) and I’ve found that Paris is by far my favorite city. There are however key, unique events and celebrations that are […]

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5 Tips From Regular Travelers On How to Get the Most From Impromptu Travel

Impromptu travel can be stressful in many ways, but with the right attitude, you can breeze through spontaneously planned trips. Take for example in 2015, when We shared tips on how to love the flight instead of worrying. This time around, it may be helpful to read some travel secrets from professionals who are used […]

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Day Trips Outside of Paris

Day Trips Outside of Paris: Four Unique Trips When people hear the word “France” they typically think, “Paris” and it is no wonder that Paris is one of the most well known cities in the world. Between the food, history, art and the landmarks you can take an extended vacation there and never leave the […]

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Four Lessons I learned Traveling Outside the US

When it comes to traveling, and learning, most people say you don’t truly know someone until you travel with them. Now that I’ve been outside the US, I agree. You learn a lot (maybe too much) about your travel companions, but I didn’t expect to learn just as much about myself. I didn’t travel as […]

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Planning the PERFECT International Vacation

Nine Simple Rules When was the last time you took a vacation? I don’t mean the long-weekend that left you more exhausted than before you left. I’m talking about a real vacation where you come back relaxed, refreshed, and ready to tackle work and life with renewed optimism and vigor. I’m talking about the kind […]

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